Groceries for a small, rural community in the U.S. heartland.
Today’s featured photo is a far-flung departure from my usual choices from around the Pacific Northwest. Here is an image from several years ago when I drove from Seattle, WA to Sparta, NC and back by myself to visit family. On my return trip home I swung a bit south to travel through the beautiful state of Nebraska, to see Wolbach, the town where my dad was born in 1914. The early morning bright sunshine was already hot and the inside of this small grocery was a welcome retreat from the heat for this NW girl. Wolbach was a small town one hundred years ago, and is still, with a population of 238. I’m sharing this shot to feature the home state of two of my blogger friends, Nancy @ ‘A Rural Journal,’ and Michaele @ ‘Sprout ‘n’ Wings Farm.’ I thoroughly enjoy their blogs…
Sharing this rural image this morning with ‘Rural Thursday Blog Hop #4.’
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